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Last week I blogged about Comet NEOWISE, the brightest comet in several years. In that blog I posted a photo of the comet that I took the morning of July 8.
Try looking for Comet NEOWISE and reflect on the possibility that Noah saw the same comet on its last pass through the inner solar system.
As has been the case so often in reports of exoplanets, a discovery is made with much fanfare, but we quickly learn details that cause one to doubt that any of them are inhabitable.
There are folk culture names for each of the full moons throughout the year.
If flat-earth Christians are genuine in their faith, it makes me wonder why they are evangelizing about flat earth rather than the gospel.
I’ve been curious as to what flat-earthers think about COVID-19, so I’ve been monitoring flat-earth websites and YouTube channels for weeks.
The big bang model has undergone a tremendous amount of refinement since it became the dominant cosmogony a half-century ago.
While he made significant scientific contributions, Proctor is best known for his many popular level writings on astronomy.
I recently read Christine Garwood’s 2007 book, Flat Earth: The History of an Infamous Idea. I remember hearing when it came out, but at the time, I saw little need to read it.
Most astronomers think Betelgeuse eventually will supernova; however, they doubt recent activity necessarily is a harbinger that this will happen soon.
What’s happening in the night sky with Venus, Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and the Perseid Meteor Shower in 2020.
This year’s Flat Earth International Conference had a different flavor from the previous two. The theme for this meeting was “Finding the Creator in Creation.”
We have Stargazer programs at the Creation Museum where we use telescopes to look at God’s glories in the sky. Our programs of late have featured Saturn.
Where did the anti-Semitism of the modern flat-earth movement come from?
In preparation for the premiere of the documentary Faith on the Edge, I gathered my thoughts on the sociology of the flat-earth movement into 20 points.
While we can’t see many things, there is evidence for their existence by the observable effect that they have on other things. The same is true of black holes.
The latest measure of the Hubble constant (H0) recently made headlines.
Why does the date of Resurrection Sunday change? The answers to those questions are found in the algorithms for defining the date of Resurrection Sunday.
Occasionally here at Answers in Genesis we get enquiries about a telescope called LUCIFER that the Vatican supposedly owns. Is there any truth to this rumor?
What’s up in 2019? The year begins with a bang, for on the morning of January 1, the moon and Venus will be close together in the sky.
Flat-earthers argue that since certain verses in Scripture speak of the stars falling, then the stars will literally fall.
On November 15–16, 2018, I attended the Second Flat Earth International Conference. Here I take the opportunity to blog about this year’s meeting.
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